St Peters Warrant Lawyer
Missouri Bench Warrant Attorney
In general, an arrest warrant is issued when authorities believe an individual has committed a crime or is in contempt of a court order. If you know there is a warrant out for your arrest, stepping forward and addressing the issue immediately is the best way to avoid future legal complications and unnecessary stress and worry. Depending on the charges involved, you may be released on a general recognizance bond, making it easier to take care of the criminal charges against you. In some cases, you may not be required to appear in court. At the Weber Law Firm, L.C., we can review the charges against you to help resolve the warrants issued for your arrest. If there are any additional penalties that result in the suspension of your driver’s license, Matt can help you protect your driving privileges, and represent you in regard to any administrative law hearings.
If you have an outstanding warrant or have been arrested on a warrant you were not aware had been issued for your arrest, contact St. Peters bench warrants attorney Matt Weber today to schedule a free, confidential consultation.
Outstanding Warrants, Criminal Charges, and Failure to Appear in Court
The criminal defense Weber Law Firm represents people with outstanding warrants due to the following:
- Parole violations
- Probation violations
- Violation of a restraining order
- Failure to pay child or spousal support
- Failure to appear in court
- Unpaid outstanding parking tickets
- Violation of a court order
Arrested on a Warrant — Telling Your Side of the Story
Occasionally, people forget to appear in court or think that because they’ve mailed in a ticket, they don’t have to appear before a judge. In other cases, unpaid parking tickets or a failure to pay child support may result in a warrant for your arrest. In these kinds of cases, people usually don’t find out that there is a warrant for their arrest until they’re pulled over on a traffic ticket. Here, it’s important to explain to the court why you didn’t appear in court or comply with the terms of your divorce settlement.
In many cases, the charges against you may be reduced or you may be released from jail if you can convince the court that you did not purposely ignore a court order. For example, did you try to notify the court that you would not be able to appear? Were you sick? Have you contacted an attorney to file a post-divorce modification regarding child support? As your attorney, Matt tells your story and asks that the court reduce your bond or dismiss the charges against you.
Contact St. Peters, Missouri, Bench Warrant Attorney Matt Weber
A warrant is a serious matter that can greatly complicate your life. If you have an outstanding warrant or have been arrested on one, contact St. Peters, Missouri warrants criminal defense lawyer Matt Weber today to schedule a free confidential consultation to discuss your case.